|History of D Records||
We're back? Well, actually, it was never gone - just inactive with releases since the release of "Ace in the Hole" band with George Strait, his first records.
Daily, who co-founded Starday Records and produced George Jones for many years,
split with his partner, Don Pierce and Starday Records. He needed a vehicle to
try out new artists, so he started "D" Records.
He had success with the releases of "Chantilly Lace" by the Big
Bopper, "Family Bible" by Claude Gray, Willie Nelson’s "Night Life" and
"The Party’s Over", George Jones’ "New
Baby For Christmas", and Clay Blaker’s "The Only Thing I Have
Left", just to name a very few artists that recorded on the "D" label.
Daily has been nominated to the Country Music Hall of Fame for his work in
two sons, Don and Bud Daily, did not have the time to devote to working with new
artists. They were involved in
developing a series of "Playboy II" recordings by ex Bob Wills musicians and
running their publishing company, Glad Music.
"Pappy’s grandson, Wes Daily, came into the business and started looking for new writers and artists to revive the "D" label. We are very excited about the new artists he has signed, Jason Allen, Jamie Richards., and most recently Zona Jones. These are talented COUNTRY SINGERS with great songs and top-notch musicians backing the sessions.
|Page updated 01/06/2011|
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